VENDETTA VINYL BROADCAST #9 features the “BOX CUTTER BROTHERS”…
AYATOLLAH (QUEENS NYC) & DRASAR MONUMENTAL (VIETNAM, CALIFORNIA) linked up last month for some live radio action (K-BOO)…These two let off a nonstop barrage of unpredictable sample abuse at the highest level… 70 minutes of exclusives, remixes, instrumentals and all types of heavy explosives on deck…
DO NOT SLEEP…..FEEL FREE TO SPREAD AROUND!!!! BIG UP TO THE “ON ONE POSSE” IN THE PDX FOR MAKING IT HAPPEN.
Big up to that Jersey kid WISE INTELLIGENT for moving forward in this new era with some literary jewelry…If your in the mood to catch a heavy zone- you know the motherfucking drill..
I absolutely have to pay homage to cats like SHOWBIZ & MILANO for still putting out solid music without all the extra, modern day shenanigans…Both of them still sound hungry, determined and fresh even though they have been rocking for decades at this point….
Instead of complaining about the current state of affairs – please go out and show support to the cats that truly fucking deserve it…
Last night I peeped the duo’s latest project “Eating But Still Hungry” and I was impressed…SHOWBIZ is still bringing that BX heat to the table- and MILANO is still rocking unpredictable wordplay, and all types of other shit that deserves your full, undivided attention..
The most dangerous men in the world are ones that spit ILL bars over their own ILL production….
MINNESOTA happens to fall into that category…He is mostly known for his beats, but truth be told, the way he puts his words together is on some total “other” shit if you play close attention…Nonstop parables, and godfather jewelry is the mode he operates from…
On his latest offering – the MONEY BOSS PLAYER goes for broke with more of that true to the grain, hardcore block general type shit….For instance on ” The Jump” he goes into vivid detail about revenge killings, crime sagas gone sour, and all types of other explosive shit..
This is the first post of 2021-
I guess you can say I have been on a sabbatical from certain distractions…It takes an enormous amount of energy to be the person that I am, and for me to operate at 100 percent sometimes I have to focus and accurately measure my time management…
- HIP HOP BATTLEFIELD has been up and rocking since 2008- the world has changed dramatically since then, but I can honestly say that I haven’t…Still the same no- nonsense B-Boy regardless of current trends, dick riding cults, emotional sheeple, cats jockeying for a position that doesn’t exist, loud mouth fake critics, etc…
While the majority scramble on social media for validation – I honestly could a fuck less..Many seem pre- occupied with numbers and traffic..
But I hate to enlighten you – Numbers do lie…
Bots, politics, secret societies have pretty much taken over social media at this point…It’s basically a corny social engineering project that leads many down a portal of depression and desperately trying to keep up with the “Jones’s”…
The beauty of having my own space outside of social media, is that I’m not beating you over the head about anything…I’m not trying to constantly sell you something…I’m not on a quest to sway public opinion…I’m not operating some type of agenda to harness your attention…
I’m just hitting you off with flavors – no extras, no illusion , no high school pissing contest, no bullshit…
So keep your eyes peeled on this side because you are going to see more activity over here..Salute to all of those that still check in ( I SEE YOU ) –
Now that I got that out of the way- I recently rocked a little interview action with “Voices Behind Walls” out of Texas…
“Drasar describes his music as, “a wall of sound…bass, treble, and highs. HEAVY! My music is a sonic outlet of anger and frustration.” Instead of taking out what he describes as vitriol on others, he transfers aggressive energy into music. “It’s more productive to me in that fashion, many people don’t have a creative outlet, and I believe that pent up frustration manifest itself in a myriad of shortcomings and dysfunctionality…This [music] is my tool for expressing my deepest thoughts and opinions.”
WRECK WEEK # 5
A wise man once told me, “PROPER, PREPARATION, PREVENTS, POOR PERFORMANCE”….Those words resonated with me in a profound way, so when it came time to construct WRECK WEEK, we took it very serious..
This whole week was thought out many moons ago..
We would like to thank all of our loyal supporters throughout the years- without your unyielding commitment none of this would be possible…Alright troopers, to end the week off in a glorious fashion we have the holy grail of hardcore, the epitome of wreck, the higher echelon of pressure – the soon to be new standard of HEAT. –
“LIFETIME OF WRECKAGE” EP by DRASAR MONUMENTAL….
VINYL, CD, DIGITAL- OUT TODAY…NOW SHIPPING WORLDWIDE.
BEATS- RHYMES- DRASAR MONUMENTAL
ARTWORK- CAWZA ONE
MIX- PIET DEMOLITION DALMOLEN & DRASAR MONUMENTAL
ORDER HERE –
This is guaranteed to move quickly, so do not hesitate to scoop up..NO REPRESSES…
FULL SAMPLER BELOW- FEEL FREE TO SPREAD AROUND….
WRECK WEEK # 4Alright troopers, we are on our 4th wave of attacks for the week..The turbulence is getting heavier so please brace yourself as we move forward..
MANSLAUGHTER ALGORITHM is the first leak from the “LIFETIME OF WRECKAGE” EP by DRASAR MONUMENTAL..Shrouded in mystery & B-Boy mysticism- the elusive powerhouse unleashes another barrage of drama, unpredictable rawness & new millennium hardcore..
MIX BY PIET DEMOLITION DALMOLEN
VISUALS BY SONNY WONG / & DRASAR
Thanks for all the support worldwide- it is appreciated…
WRECK WEEK #2
Just like we promised, more heat on deck.Next up to bat is the turntable jewelry VENDETTA VINYL 45 adaptors…Who needs gold ropes, silly overpriced attire and all that other shit when you can flex with some original deck decorations….
Constructed by DANIEL CAHILL– Who just so happens to be one of the most innovative 3XD sculptors in the world today…Scoop up a pair before they disappear for good (BLUE&GREY AVAILABLE-15 PER PAIR)…
OR HIT US UP AT – VENDETTAVINYLVIETNAM@GMAIL.COM
Here is a brand new mix I did for VENDETTA VINYL HQ.(STRICTLY VINYL)…
THIS IS THE FIRST TORPEDO FOR WRECK WEEK..SEP 14-18…VENDETTA VINYL WILL BE RELEASING AN AVALANCHE OF MATERIAL EVERYDAY THIS WEEK..STAY TUNED!!!!!
FEEL FREE TO SPREAD AROUND.
1.MOLECULES & SHOWBIZ- METHADONE RAP
2.DRASAR MONUMENTAL – UNPREDICTABLE
3.EVIL ED & CAPPO,CYRUS MALACHI – FILM NOIR
4.LOOSE LEGENDS – GET HIGH= P BROTHERS FLIP “WHAT KIND OF SHIT U WANT.
5.ARTIFACTS-WHO AM I
6.MILANO – SHOW EM
7.DOWN 2 EARTH – LEARN TO EARN
8.MR. KHALIYL – STREET TEAM – DRASAR MONUMENTAL REMIX.
9.MF GRIMM – STILL MY LOVE – DRASAR MONUMENTAL REMIX
10.MONEY BOSS PLAYERS – GAMES
11.CRIMINAL SCIENTIFIC – I AINT THE ONE – GODFATHER DON FLIP “CREAM OF CORONA”
12.EVIL ED & CONWAY, TESLAS GHOST & RAY VENDETTA – FEDORAZ
13.YDI – ANOTHER DAY
14.TOTALITAR – BESLOJADE MAN
15.DISCHARGE – BORN TO DIE IN THE GUTTER
16.NEGATIVE APPROACH -PRESSURE, NO DOUBT ABOUT IT
17.CIRCLE JERKS – PAID VACATION
18.HALF JAPANESE -FUN AGAIN
19.NIHILISTICS- MY LIFE
20.DISCARGA -ATE QUANDO
21.ADRENALIN OD – NEW YEARS EVE
22.UNDEAD – SOCIAL REASON
24.MK ULTRA -WITH A GOD DAMN RIFLE
25.TOTALITAR -BAR DITT KUAS
26.DRI- MISERY LOVES COMPANY
27.EXPLOITED -DEAD CITIES
Scoob & Scrap, Leg 1 & Leg 2, Scheme Team, Safari Sisters, and Def Jeff’s dancers the SOUL BROTHERS are just a few names that come to mind when I flashback to some of the illest dancers from the late 80’s-early 90’s…
Surprisingly I have never heard any interviews from the SB clique until now…Big up to Soren Baker for adding another heavy session to the mix.
The “Joint Of The Day” belongs to those VA dudes WU-SYNDICATE….One of the better WU splinter groups, the duo has kept it consistent throughout the years- and on this cut “Elegance” they keep it explosive..
DJ OG-S just dropped the “Rhythm Killer” mixtape that is flooded with demos, promos, and rare jewelry….Scoop up the tape before they disappear for good homepiss!!!!
“Killer DOPE 47 min. mixtape from the golden era of early 90’s RAP.
12 demo + 4 promo cassettes were used, so you can have a listen to some previously unreleased material.
⋇ Limited Run (only 50 copies made)
⋇ 40 transparent color tapes [Normal Type I] + 10 special Yellow Color tapes [Normal Type I] First 10 buyers will get yellow tapes!)
⋇ High Fidelity Professional Audio
⋇ Duration 47 min
⋇ Mixed, composed, mastered & recorded by DJ OG-S
⋇ Artwork by Spek The Architek
⋇ Worldwide Shipping with tracking number
⋇ All tapes are sealed
Thanks for the support!”
When IZZY & MAJESTY (Da King & I) released “Contemporary Jeep Music” back in the early 90’s I had high hopes for the duo…The album showcased a penchant for stacked breaks, unpredictable breakdowns, and Izzy was actually nice with his pen…He flipped detailed street stories and sing-songey braggadocio rhymes with a unique, flair that was full of potential….
Somehow ROWDY Records dropped the ball and the rest is history..
FFWD-2020 MAJESTY has made a name for himself producing and IZZY is still clutching mics and going for his….I recently tracked down a somewhat recent interview with IZ that goes into detail about all types of things…
You want the Dub, you can’t handle the dub!!!!!
BUNNY LEE pulls out the bazookas on “Dubbing In The Front Yard & Conflict Dub”…
“Bunny Lee as producer. Prince Jammy as engineer. The Aggrovators making the tracks. It is the Holy Trinity of Jamaican Music. Throughout the years, recorded music has been shaped by some enduring partnerships between producer and engineer, such as Teo Macero and Fred Plautt for Miles Davis, Jerry Wexler and Tom Dowd for Atlantic Records, and George Martin and Geoff Emerick for the Beatles. But possibly none were as prolific as the collaboration between Bunny ‘Striker’ Lee and Prince Jammy at King Tubby’s Studio between 1976 and 1982.
In 1977 and 1982 respectively, Conflict Dub and Dubbing In The Front Yard were released in London as white labels in extremely limited quantities. The two LPs found the triumvirate of Lee, Jammy and The Aggrovators in perfect form with driving instrumentals, flashes of vocal beauty and mixes that ripped apart and rebuilt traditional notions of sonic structure. Due to the nature of their limited release (not to mention the lack of artwork and even titles) the two dub LPs quickly disappeared into that mythic realm of records whispered about by only the most hard-core reggae collectors”.